SAN DIMAS, Calif.- Sedaru, Inc. announced today that Nevada Irrigation District-CA (NID or District) has selected Sedaru for a five-year contract to deliver its real-time, enterprise asset and operational management system for NID's water distribution, treatment plant, hydropower, recreation, watershed, and fleet facilities.
The District was seeking to replace its current system, while extending an asset management framework to previously unsupported facilities. The Hydroelectric Department led a steering team consisting of Department Managers, IT, and consultants to identify and evaluate 10 different solutions prior to making a selection. Categories of criteria used in the evaluation included functional capability, industry fit, viability, and network presence, with goals including documentation and standardization of work processes, developing and centralizing an asset repository, and unifying work-related data within a common platform for its unique inventory of watershed, hydropower, fleet, raw water, and treated water infrastructure assets.
"I am confident that the new Sedaru asset management system will improve our efficiencies and allow us to work across departments and business lines using the same software," stated Remleh Scherzinger, General Manager, Nevada Irrigation District.
Sedaru will support workshops to review and develop use cases, workflows, and data structures for both horizontal and vertical assets for each District department. Sedaru will integrate with the District's Esri-based GIS Server to deliver real-time maps, as well as Tyler Munis Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software for real-time inventory management and costing analytics. Sedaru will serve as the work order system of record, capturing inventory data from the District's ERP, and delivering location data from its GIS, to support office and field staff with work plans, work tasks, work orders, service requests, and related, including labor, equipment, and materials.